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    Default Books you couldn't put down?

    I'm looking for another fast book. One which you started to read but you just couldn't put down. Any recommendations?

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    Me too! I was told this one is like that http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/1...nowhere-to-run but I have not read it yet

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    Books by Jodie Piccult are a quick read for me
    https://www.google.com/search?q=jodi...&client=safari
    I've read several, and I'm a not a fast reader.
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    My dad just read Inferno by Dan Brown and said it was an exciting non-stop sort of chase with a surprise ending. He really enjoyed it.

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    I'm reading Inferno by Dan Brown. It was hard for me to get into but once I got into it, I can't put it down!

    What kind of books do you like? I've read a couple historical fiction books that I can put down.

    My sister and I have a book blog and you could find a book there: http://mysistersbookkeeper.blogspot.com/

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    Thanks for your blog, Becky. I must have added about 30 books from there. Amazing job on your blog and boy do you read quickly. Love how you have the book review plus your own version of the review and also loved how you had the rating number at the bottom of each post. That really helped me in deciding if I really want to add to my wishlist or not. Also love the WWII books.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mom2triplets04 View Post
    Thanks for your blog, Becky. I must have added about 30 books from there. Amazing job on your blog and boy do you read quickly. Love how you have the book review plus your own version of the review and also loved how you had the rating number at the bottom of each post. That really helped me in deciding if I really want to add to my wishlist or not. Also love the WWII books.
    You're welcome! Glad you enjoyed it and found some books that hopefully you'll like. My sister and I do tend to read quickly

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    I just got done reading Dawn of a Thousand Nights by Tricia Goyer. It's Historical Fiction with a bit of romance from a Christian viewpoint. It's a WWII story but about the Japanese conflict not the German one. Super well researched and REALLY well written. My first time reading from this author and I can't wait to grab more!

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    Oh yes, the psy/changeling series of Nalini Singh. I read them all in german, but think itīs the same in the original: CANīt stop, they are awesome!


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    Default Re: Books you couldn't put down?

    I really liked The Change series by S.M. Stirling. The first three books are time travel/alternate history. The rest of the series (and there are a couple more than listed here) are post-apocalyptic/alternate history. They are kind of "guy" books in that alternate history is often thought of as a male genre, but there are some amazingly strong female characters in these books.

    http://www.amazon.com/gp/bookseries/...749&sr=8-6-acs

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